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Asset Tracker - So Far In A Leafs Rebuild...
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Tradeable Assets

Cody Franson (traded Feburary, 2015)
  • 1st Round Pick (2015)
  • Olli Jokinen (UFA 2015)


Mike Santorelli
(traded February, 2015)
  •  Brendan Leipsic


David Clarkson
(traded February, 2015)
  • Nathan Horton (LTIR)


Daniel Winnik
(traded February, 2015)
  • 2nd Round Pick (2016)
  • 4th Round Pick (2015)
  • Zach Sill (UFA 2015)

Korbinian Holzer (traded February 2015)
  • 5th Round Pick (2016)
  • Eric Brewer (UFA 2015)


David Broll & Carter Ashton
(traded February 2015)
  • Conditional 7th (2015)


Spencer Abbott (traded February, 2015)
  • T.J. Brennan


Olli Jokinen (traded at 2015 deadline after 6 games)
  • Joakim Lindstrom (UFA 2015 - signed in Europe)
  • 2016 6th Round Pick (Conditional)

Dave Nonis (fired April 2015)
  • A long overdue change in the right direction (tentative)
  • Accountability

Greg McKegg
  • Zach Hyman
  • Conditional 7th round selection

Brad Ross + 2015 4th round pick (traded June 27, 2015 @ the 2015 NHL Draft)
  • Martin Marincin

Phil Kessel + Tim Erixon + Tyler Biggs + 2nd round pick (traded June 27, 2015 @ the 2015 NHL Draft)
  • 1st Round pick (conditional)*
  • 3rd Round Pick (2016)
  • Kasperi Kapanen
  • Scott Harrington
  • Nick Spaling
  • $1.2 million retained salary/cap hit each season for the duration of the Kessel contract
  • Accountability

Jamie Devane (traded July 12, 2015 to Florida)
  • Taylor Beck



Carter Verhaeghe + Taylor Beck + Tom Nilsson + Matthew Finn + Christopher Gibson
(traded September 17, 2015 to NYI)
  • Michael Grabner


Richard Panik
(traded January 3rd, 2016 to Chicago)
  • Jeremey Morin

Dion Phaneuf + Ryan Rupert + Matt Frattin + Casey Bailey + Cody Donaghey  (traded February 9, 2016 to Ottawa)
  • 2nd Round Pick (2017)
  • Jared Cowen
  • Colin Greening
  • Milan Michalek
  • Tobias Lindberg

Shawn Matthias (traded February 21, 2016 to Colorado)
  • 4th Round Pick (2016)
  • Colin Smith

Roman Polak + Nick Spaling (traded February 22, 2016 to San Jose)
  • 2nd Round Pick (2017)
  • 2nd Round Pick (2018)
  • Raffi Torres

James Reimer + Jeremy Morin (traded February 27, 2016 to San Jose)
  • Alex Stalock
  • Ben Smith
  • 4th Round Pick (2018, conditional)**

Daniel Winnik + Anaheim's 2016 5th Round Pick  (traded February 28, 2016 to Washington)
  • Connor Carrick
  • Brooks Laich
  • 2nd Round Pick (2016)

1st round pick (30th overall, 2016) + 2nd round pick (2017)
(traded June 20th, 2016 to Anaheim)
  • Frederik Andersen (then signed to a 5 year, $20 million deal)

*If Pittsburgh qualifies for the 2016 postseason, Toronto will receive the Penguins' 2016 first-round draft pick; and the Penguins will receive Toronto's 2016 second-round selection. The second-round pick would be the one Toronto originally acquired from Pittsburgh for Daniel Winnik earlier this year.

Should Pittsburgh miss the 2016 playoffs, Toronto will INSTEAD receive the Penguins' 2017 first-round pick; with Pittsburgh getting Toronto's 2017 second-round selection in return.  


If the Penguins were to miss the postseason the next two years, Toronto would receive Pittsburgh's 2017 second-round draft pick and Pittsburgh would not receive a draft pick.



**If San Jose gets to the 2016 NHL Finals, the pick becomes a 3rd round selection in 2018.


Waiver Pickups

Tim Erixon  - March 2015 from Chicago, traded in the Phil Kessel deal, July 1, 2015
Frank Corrado - October 6, 2015 off waivers from Vancouver


Waiver Losses

Petter Granberg  - November 22, 2015, claimed by Nashville



UFA Signings (College, etc.)

Casey Bailey - March 2015 out of Penn State Nittany Lions, NCAA
Nikita Soshnikov - March 2015 out of Moscow Oblast Atlant, KHL
Byron Froese - July 3, 2015 two year entry level contract after a stint on the Marlies via Chicago
Nikita Zaitsev - May 2nd, 2016, 1 year contract from the KHL



Personnel

Brendan Shanahan - President & Alternate Governor (Hired April 11, 2014)

Lou Lamoriello
- GM (Hired July 23, 2015)
Kyle Dubas -
Assistant GM  (Hired 2014)
Mark Hunter - Assistant GM  (Hired 2014)
Brandon Pridham -  Assistant GM- (Hired 2014)

Mike Babcock
- Head Coach (Hired May 21, 2015, 8-year, $50 million contract)
  • Jim Hiller (Assistant Coach, Hired June 16, 2015)
  • D.J. Smith (Assistant Coach, Hired June 16, 2015)
  • Andrew Brewer (Assistant Coach, Hired June 16, 2015)

Dr. Jeremy Bettle  - Director of Sports Science & Performance (Hired June 1, 2015)
Sheldon Keefe - Marlies Head Coach  (Hired June 8, 2015)
Steve Briere - Goaltending Coach (Hired July 19, 2015)
Ari Vuori -
Director of European Scouting (Hired July 19, 2015)
Robert Nordmark - Scout (Hired August 19, 2015 from Edmonton)
Dale Derkatch - Scout (Hired September 2nd, 2015)
Tony Martino - Scout (Hired September 3rd, 2015 from the London Knights)
Dave Morrison - Direct of Pro Scouting (Reassigned)


Current Scouting Staff

Dave Morrison -Director, Pro Scouting
Mike Penny -  Pro Scout
Tom Watt - Pro Scout
Bryan Stewart - Pro Scout
John Lilley -  Amateur Scout
Lindsay Hofford -  Amateur Scout
Garth Malarchuk -  Amateur Scout
Dale Derkatch -  Amateur Scout
Tony Martino -  Amateur Scout
Jim Vesey -  Amateur Scout
Ari Vuori -  Director, European Scouting
Thommie Bergman -  European Scout
Robert Nordmark - European Scout
Nikolai Ladygin - European Scout




2015 NHL Draft

Mitch Marner  - C/RW (1st round, 4th overall)
Travis Dermott -  D (2nd round, 34th overall)
Jeremy Bracco - RW (2nd round, 61st overall)
Andrew Nielsen - D (3rd round, 65th overall)
Martins Dzierkals - LW (3rd round, 68th overall)
Jesper Lindgren - D (4th round, 95th overall)
Dmytro Timashov - RW (5th round, 125th overall)
Stephen Desrocher - D (6th round, 155th overall)
Nikita Korostelev - RW (7th round, 185th overall)

Draft day trades:

24th overall to Philadephia for the 29th and 61st overall picks
29th overall to Columbus for the 34th and 68th overall picks
Brad Ross + 2015 4th Round pick for Matt Marincin



2016 NHL Draft

Auston Matthews  - C (1st round, 1st overall)

2nd Round Pick
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3rd Round Pick
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4th Round Pick
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5th Round Pick

6th Round Pick
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7th Round Pick



2017 NHL Draft

1st Round Pick

2nd Round Pick
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2nd Round Pick

4th Round Pick
5th Round Pick
6th Round Pick
7th Round Pick



2018 NHL Draft

1st Round Pick

2nd Round Pick
2nd Round Pick

4th Round Pick
3rd or 4th (San Jose Conditional Pick)
5th Round Pick
6th Round Pick
7th Round Pick
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Don't tell me I deleted the thread by accident when getting rid of the spammers... I specifically tried to avoid it
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(2016-03-22, 12:53 PM)lewis94 Wrote: Don't tell me I deleted the thread by accident when getting rid of the spammers... I specifically tried to avoid it

so what..!! we have time to fill it again before the draft gets here.. Icon_rolleyes Icon_eek Silly
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The logs don't specify the exact name of the thread that got deleted but one of you did. Wink

It's all good though - the important info was contained in the OP and Unreal was able to grab it from Google's cache.
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Unreal, I was wondering where you went.

You put a hell of a lot work into this.

Thank you very much

Anyway you can add a list of the draft picks we have traded / accumulated over the next few drafts?
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Damn. I unchecked the sticky many times but I must have forgotten to do it once. Sorry Unreal.

shady, deleting the spam in Rules & Announcements was annoying as hell with all those stickies Wink
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Don't feel so bad, Lewis. Knowing unreal, He has a copy of every post in that thread saved on a USB stick Wink
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WOW what happened to this thread all of a sudden?? Shocked
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Who will the Leafs resign? Who will they want and who will agree to stay?

They signed the two biggest pieces in Reilly and Kadri already but they still have 9 UFAs and 10 RFAs.

They also have 54 contracts "on the books: of which 6 don't count for now but with a 50 contract limit they are close.


UFAs:

Grabner $3 mil
Ben Smith 1.5
PAP 1.5
Boyes .700
Torres 2
Stalock 1.6
Arcobello 1.1
TJ Brennan .675
Clune .575

I think they might resign Ben Smith and thats about it. Brennan and Clune as Marlies only.

RFAs:

Holland .775
Marincin .700
C Carrick .636
Corrado .632
Sparks .670
Percy .863
Leivo .792
Colin Smith .628
S. Carrick .600
Harrington .589

Many of these might get qualifying offers but none are terribly important keepers, maybe C Carrick, Marincin and Corrado. Holland might be odd man out/trade bait, as well as Percy and Leivo.
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(2016-05-10, 02:46 PM)zapzac Wrote: Who will the Leafs resign?  Who will they want and who will agree to stay?

They signed the two biggest pieces in Reilly and Kadri already but they still have 9 UFAs and 10 RFAs.

They also have 54 contracts "on the books: of which 6 don't count for now but with a 50 contract limit they are close.


UFAs:

Grabner $3 mil
Ben Smith 1.5
PAP  1.5
Boyes  .700
Torres  2
Stalock  1.6
Arcobello  1.1
TJ Brennan  .675
Clune  .575

I think they might resign Ben Smith and thats about it.  Brennan and Clune as Marlies only.

RFAs:

Holland  .775
Marincin  .700
C Carrick  .636
Corrado  .632
Sparks  .670
Percy  .863
Leivo   .792
Colin Smith .628
S. Carrick  .600
Harrington  .589

Many of these might get qualifying offers but none are terribly important keepers, maybe C Carrick, Marincin and Corrado.  Holland might be odd man out/trade bait, as well as Percy and Leivo.

UFA'S

Grabner-Kick his arse out the door
Parenteau-Let walk.  No room for him
Boyes-Let walk.
Arcobello-Let walk
Torres-Forgot he was even a Leaf lol
Stalock-Let walk
Ben Smith-Re-sign vet for the Marlies possible callup
Brennan-Re-sign for the Marlies.  Someone probably will claim him off waivers but if they do no big loss

RFA's

Holland-Qualify and trade
Marincin-1 year deal (Makes team)
Carrick-2 year deal (Makes team)
Corrado-1 year deal (Makes team)
Sparks-2 year deal (Back with Marlies next year)
Percy- Qualify and trade
Harrington-2 year deal (Makes team)
Leivo-1 year deal (trade if he doesn't make team out of camp)
Colin Smith- 1 year deal waive for the Marlies
Sam Carrick-1 year deal replace Froese on the big club.
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(2016-05-10, 02:46 PM)zapzac Wrote: UFAs:

Grabner $3 mil
Ben Smith 1.5
PAP  1.5
Boyes  .700
Torres  2
Stalock  1.6
Arcobello  1.1
TJ Brennan  .675
Clune  .575

They can let every one of the UFAs walk IMO. Although Stalock might be an option to back up next year. Don't think he's done in the NHL.

RFAs:

Holland  .775
Marincin  .700
C Carrick  .636
Corrado  .632
Sparks  .670
Percy  .863
Leivo   .792
Colin Smith .628
S. Carrick  .600
Harrington  .589

I could see Sam Carrick, Percy and Smith not getting QOs. The rest should be back. Holland is a useful, cheap player. Could also be used in a deal to get someone like Ryan Strome, who's apparently out of favour in Brooklyn.
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Holland didn't really take a step forward this season like many of us were hoping for. For that reason I could see him on the way out, although I would be perfectly fine with him returning too.
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Recent new assets:

Draft:
1. Auston Matthews US Swiss/USDT
31. Yegor Kprshkov Rus Yaroslava
57. Carl Grundstrom Swe Modo
62. Joesph Woll US USDT
72. JD Greenway US USDT
92. Adam Brooks Cdn Regina
101. Keaton Middleton Cdn Saginaw
122. Vlad Bobylov Rus Victoria
152. Jonathan Walker US Victoria
179. Nicolas Mattinen Cdn London
182. Nikolai Chebaykin Rus Russia Juniors


Andersen and Kirby Rychel by trade.
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The Canucks forum desperately trying to compare their "rebuild/retool" to the Leafs it seems; all the focus still on the Leafs, meanwhile the currently constructed Canucks team looks nothing like a playoff contender. They're going to have to face a rebuild sooner or later, & it'll probably be just as painful or patient-building as the Leafs. I know that they feel that they're never suppose to resort to rebuilding in Vancouver, probably because it's not in their vocabulary....but it's just a matter of time, really. They probably just don't know it yet... Wink Silly
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If they didn't dismantle their goalie tandem...they would be further ahead.
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Schnieder/Luongo

Gets rid of Corey first cause no one wanted Luongo.

Then gets rid of Luongo.

Biggest mistake they did was asking for a mint for Luongo in the first place.

They're slowly dismantling what they had good which is fine by me Wink

But yes Chris I agree if they didn;t fool around with their goalies and be dumb dumbs they would be a head right now.
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http://www.hockeybuzz.com/cap-central/team.php?team=TOR
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